February 11th, 2022 9pm Stage
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Born in 1998 in Garrison, New York, Sara L'Abriola started playing guitar at age eight. While originally immersed in classical guitar training and technique, she discovered a love for Django Reinhardt's music at age thirteen and has pursued the style ever since. Under the instruction of renown guitarist, Stephane Wrembel, she began transcribing Django Reinhardt's solos and developing the technique.
After finishing high school, Sara moved to New York City and began playing Reinhardt's style of music full-time. At eighteen years old, she made her Carnegie Hall debut, joining the stage with Stephane Wrembel, Stochelo Rosenberg, and Al Di Meola as part of the Django A Gogo festival.
She received the 2018 SAGA award for young musicianship at Djangofest Northwest in Langley, Washington and was also a featured artist at the 2018 Stockholm Django Reinhardt festival
Since then, she has toured heavily with indie music artists such as Gus Dapperton, Samia, Overcoats and Claud.
She has also studied Indian classical music under the late sitar maestro, Roop Verma.
Her published work is available on streaming platforms with her project Masters of Fright, featuring orchestrated, original compositions and arrangements with woodwinds, bass, drums and guitar.
Sara currently resides in New York, New York where she frequently plays at local establishments. See her upcoming shows pages for more information about performances.